Dino Buzzati (October 16, 1906 – January 28, 1972) was an italian writer, painter and poet, and he’s well know worldwide for Il deserto dei tartari (the tartar steppe) I trully admire him and I wanted to share ir with you. Maybe you’ll like his books too
Here are some of his paintings:
A couple of weeks ago, Dani and I went to the children’s museum as part of our art walk, and we had a blast!
it reminded me that we’re all kids, but sometimes we have to pretend to be grownups to fit in… maybe some people are real grownups, but I think that’s an unknown world to me!
Wait a minute!
I thought it was that time of the year when the leafs start falling of the trees and you get kind of like a chill feeling in the morning and therefore you have to wear some kind of jacket to be a little bit more comfortable. Well, maybe on another year, but this time around I just feel like opening and handing Christmas presents, and we haven’t even gone through Thanksgiving yet!
Oh well, I can’t say I’m not enjoying it, and it actually looks quite beautiful. The first snow of the year was on Friday night and I was dancing and singing just to celebrate
Dani and I decided to take a stroll and see the first snowflakes covering the town.
It was a little windy too!
snow is so pretty…
at the next morning… Oh no! some letters are missing from the banner!
Finally I’m back
After a couple of weeks without computer, now I get to see all the pictures I’ve taken and enjoy blogging again.
Dani and I spent Halloween weekend playing CLUE with friends, eating some candy and having relaxing time at home watching scary movies. Thanks Katy for hosting such lovely party
My partner Sam and I knew who the killer was from the get go… we just couldn’t get to the right room to make the guess, oh well…